Organisations need leaders and managers to aid employees in daily operations and tasks – especially when any changes are implemented.
The world today is changing faster than ever before. Technological developments, financial constraints, expanding markets, restructure and mergers, new philosophies and government legislation are all putting pressure on organizations to change.
While there may be a few companies whose leaders are committed to a belief that it is good for everyone to “shake things up” from time to time, most organisational change is undertaken to accomplish key strategic goals.
Major change management projects in organisations require an understanding of the culture of the company, and the way that culture may actively resist any changes.
Businesses are turning to Robotic Process Automation (RPA bots) to automate routine, rule-based tasks but what about perception-based tasks that often require human interaction? Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can be the answer but where does it fit in the long-term?
With the rapid changes in technology and globalisation, the past decade has seen organizations of all types undergo change more than ever before.
Working relationships can be a source of stress and frustration, but they can also be a source of satisfaction and strength. As-one relationships are especially important in projects because of the limited time and resources and the importance of delivery.